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why do I keep getting a popup in my browser from https://aihahconsumerproductexposed.net/9921667656284/0439518d68a40d5ec04ca4aa159f6785.html asking me to downlo

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I get this popping up about once a week, it wants to download and install from https://aihahconsumerproductexposed.net/9921667656284/0439518d68a40d5ec04ca4aa159f6785.html It's a big red screen proclaiming itself to be a Firefox emergency fix. I don't trust it, please advise. Thanks.

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Very wise to not trust scams like that. They're trying to get you to install malicious software under the guise of it being a Firefox "patch". Mozilla doesn't issue "patches", fixes are done via an update which the user doesn't need to download & install in two separate steps.

We're on top of this situation, but it's proving hard to shut this down due to new domains being created daily or multiple times daily. It seems to be distributed via advertising networks that have been hacked, so an "ad blocker" can block "stuff" like that.

The uBlock Origin add-on has proven to be very effective at blocking that "stuff" from appearing in Firefox. Something to consider installing. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/

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選擇的解決方法

Very wise to not trust scams like that. They're trying to get you to install malicious software under the guise of it being a Firefox "patch". Mozilla doesn't issue "patches", fixes are done via an update which the user doesn't need to download & install in two separate steps.

We're on top of this situation, but it's proving hard to shut this down due to new domains being created daily or multiple times daily. It seems to be distributed via advertising networks that have been hacked, so an "ad blocker" can block "stuff" like that.

The uBlock Origin add-on has proven to be very effective at blocking that "stuff" from appearing in Firefox. Something to consider installing. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/

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thank you very much, I'll consider installing that add-on, much appreciated.